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  1. Annual Wikimania conference comes to Mexico City

    The annual Wikimedia conference, Wikimania, will be coming to Mexico City this July 15-19, co-organized by Wikimedia Mexico and the Wikimedia Foundation. This event will gather Wikimedia volunteers and digital thought leaders to discuss access to knowledge, participation in the Wikimedia projects, and the role of Wikipedia in education.... Read more

  2. Children in Mali can now read Wikipedia offline, thanks to MALebooks e-readers

    MALebooks e-readers provide an offline library to children in Mali, including the French version of Wikipedia and over 4,000 educational books. This experimental project addresses the serious lack of books for children in Mali, and is made possible by Kiwix developers, Wikimedia Switzerland and other supporters.... Read more

  3. Carry the entirety of Wikipedia in your pocket with Kiwix for Android

  4. Afripedia project increasing off-line access to Wikipedia in Africa

  5. Download the text of the entire English Wikipedia

    If you’d like to read Wikipedia in an airplane (of the offline variety) or in an area with no or limited connectivity, or install it in a university, or just to have it handy in case of a zombie apocalypse, you can now download a full text copy of the English Wikipedia (from January 2012) in the convenient OpenZIM format, which was specifically developed for sharing wiki content.... Read more

  6. Offline Reader available for Sugar

  7. Grand Prix Wikimedia Brazil: racing towards a better Wikipedia

  8. India Hackathon 2011

  9. Kiwix localisation is supported at translatewiki.net

    Offline use of Wikimedia content is a strategic goal for the Wikimedia Foundation. Kiwix is an offline app that allows user to read content without an internet connection, and it can now be localized into many languages on translatewiki.net.... Read more

  10. Come beta test offline Wikipedia